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? >> item number 1, motion approving the mayor's nomination for reappointment of diane matsuda to the historic preservation commission, for a term ending december 31, 2016. >> thank you. i believe ms. matsuda is here today. >> thank you, good afternoon, cohen, yee, and breed. my name is diane matsuda and i would respectfully like to ask you to consider my request to stay on the commission. i have been on the commission since its inception and feel as a new entity, we have a lot of things we need to accomplish. particularly in the area of recognizing all communities that reside in san francisco and encouraging them to preserve and take pride in their culture and community. as a native san franciscan and as a person who remains active in the japantown community, i believe it's vitally important for all individuals to feel that they are an important member of their community in which they live and have an equal voice at the table when it comes to preservation. you do not need to be an architect or you do not need to have a degree in planning to know when something needs to be pres
save planet earth, hello, bob. >> reporter: good afternoon or evening to you, diane and terry, considering this fact, the astronomers have id 'd the meteor, but science has only identified 1% of the meteors. which means we don't know anything else about the other 99%, where they're located and most importantly, where they're headed. inside this nondescript office building in mountain view, scientists, including a couple of former astronauts are on a mission to help stop what happened last night in siberia, when a huge meteor blasted through the area, blowing out windows, injuring people. if only we had seen it coming. this foundation hopes to give us the extra set of eyes in the sky. for the past several months, the nonprofit in the bay area has been raising money to build a telescope that orbits the sun by 2018. it is expected to discover more asteroids than any other element, they hope to deflect any large object heading to the planet. >> i think it is a wake-up call, especially when you consider it happened the same time, exact same day as the asteroid fly-by. so we're beco
the story from mountain view. hello, bob. >> reporter: good evening, diane and terry. the group of scientists and former astronauts working out of this office building in mountain view don't want us to be blindsided by a big meteor like we were yesterday when a ten-ton rock from outer space entered the earth's atmosphere over siberia and blowing out windows and hurting more than 1,000 people, that's why the b-612 foundation on the peninsula is trying to give us an extra pair of eyes to the skies. they have been raising money to send into the orbit around the sun a space te le scop to spot the asteroids that we can't see here on earth. nasa has reportedly found most of the ones that could destroy our planet but as far as the ones that are smaller and destroy cities and wipe out regions, as far as those are concerned 99% are a mystery to us, we only now about 1% of them. the foundation believes it's so-called sentinel telescope can discover more asteroids in its first month of service in 2018 than all of our earth-based telescopes have been able to do over the past 30 years. scien
and cbs golf. ready to stay home with his wife diane. i don't blame him. it's not easy, the journey every week packing up and moving on to the next site. but he's certainly left his mark and he's brought so many of the shots that you've seen through the years, he's provided them to the world through his eyes, through his lens. and we're going to miss him. the schwartzel putt coming up will remind you a little bit of what we saw here last year. these two know that there's going to be more golf, merrick and beljan. and a playoff will commence at the 18th. and should it go beyond that, 10 and then if necessary 14. and then rotate right back through 18 again if we have to. the question now, will this be a two-man playoff or three-way as it was a year ago? simpson and haas will both have putts for birdie and if they hole them will finish one out of that playoff. and really the only one that factors in to who takes home the trophy is this man charl schwartzel. it is a familiar putt for us, isn't it? nick: we've seen this many times over the ye
and cbs golf. ready to stay home with his wife diane. i don't blame him. it's not easy, the journey every week packing up and moving on to the next site. but he's certainly left his mark and he's brought so many of the shots that you've seen through the years, he's provided them to the world through his eyes, through his lens. and we're going to miss him. the schwartzel putt coming up will remind you a little bit of what we saw here last year. these two know that there's going to be more golf, merrick and beljan. and a playoff will commence at the 18th. and should it go beyond that, 10 and then if necessary 14. and then rotate right back through 18 again if we have to. the question now, will this be a two-man playoff or three-way as it was a year ago? simpson and haas will both have putts for birdie and if they hole them will finish one out of that playoff. and really the only one that factors in to who takes home the trophy is this man charl schwartzel. it is a familiar putt for us, isn't it? nick: we've seen this many times over the years. he's got a great angle. he's looking at a very
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